Hops
Humulus lupulus
These attractive, vigorous, perennial vines produce profuse, light green, fragrant flowers that are used for making beer. Hop plants also make attractive ornamentals and will quickly cover a fence arbor or wall. As with all perennial vines, Hops die back in the winter and come back in the spring. There are two types of hops used for brewing. Aroma hops are lower in alpha-acids and are used for conditioning and finishing. Bittering hops are higher in alpha-acids and are used to add bitterness. Hop plants can reach 12 ft in height in one season and can be grown where temperatures fall to minus 20°F.
Cascade
Humulus lupulus
A popular, Aroma type hop, Cascade is known for its high yields and large, attractive flowers. 9512
Mt. Hood
Humulus lupulus
One of the major commercial varieties, Mt. Hood is an Aroma type Hop and is prized for its high yield of flowers. 9513
Nugget
Humulus lupulus
A high alpha-acid (Bittering) type Hop, Nugget is a popular commercial variety and is valued for its abundant flowers and vigorous growth. 9514
Willamette
Humulus lupulus
A popular commercial variety, this Aroma type Hop was selected for its disease resistance, vigor, and abundant, high quality flowers. 9518
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